Wednesday, February 15, 2017

What Do Insects Do in Winter?, Great White Sharks Can Go Through 20,000 Teeth, Why the Henrietta Lacks Controversy Is Far From Over and More

 
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What Do Insects Do in Winter?
 
What Do Insects Do in Winter?
 
 
The 1977 Conference on Women's Rights That Split America in Two
 
The 1977 Conference on Women’s Rights That Split America in Two
 
 
New Claims Prove the Henrietta Lacks Controversy Is Far From Over
 
New Claims Prove the Henrietta Lacks Controversy Is Far From Over
 
 
On the Trail of Lewis & Clark with American Cruise Lines
 
 
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On the Trail of Lewis & Clark with American Cruise Lines
 
 
 
Play Paul Simon's Piano or Croon into Elvis' Mic at These Seven Historic Recording Studios
 
Play Paul Simon's Piano or Croon into Elvis' Mic at These Seven Historic Recording Studios
 
 
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The Aww-Inspiring Origins of Clifford the Big Red Dog
 
The Aww-Inspiring Origins of Clifford the Big Red Dog
 
 
Some of the Most Important (and Cutest) Teddy Bear Moments of the Past 114 Years
 
Some of the Most Important (and Cutest) Teddy Bear Moments of the Past 114 Years
 
 
This Sexist 1920s Toy is Part of the Reason for the Women in STEM Gap
 
This Sexist 1920s Toy is Part of the Reason for the Women in STEM Gap
 
 
A Great White Can Go Through 20,000 Teeth in Its Lifetime
 
A Great White Can Go Through 20,000 Teeth in Its Lifetime
 
 
Check Out NASA's Three Options for the 2020 Mars Rover Landing
 
Check Out NASA's Three Options for the 2020 Mars Rover Landing
 
Superspreaders Caused Much of the 2014 Ebola Epidemic
 
Superspreaders Caused Much of the 2014 Ebola Epidemic
 
 
 
Pentagon Investigates Missing Sailors from the U.S.S. Turner
 
Pentagon Investigates Missing Sailors from the U.S.S. Turner
 
 
New Report Cautiously Supports Some Gene Editing of Embryos
 
New Report Cautiously Supports Some Gene Editing of Embryos
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1879, President Rutherford B. Hayes signed a bill allowing women attorneys to argue cases before the United States Supreme Court. The bill was the result of years of lobbying by lawyer Belva Lockwood, and the following year, she became the first woman to argue a case before the justices. Read about how lawyers today still must deal with sexism in court.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
Waves of fog roll over a neighborhood in Mill Valley, California, as seen from the top of Mount Tamalpais.
 
"Under The Waves" Photo by Christopher Markisz
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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